Apply for Research Training in Intervention and Implementation Science at ASU

T32 Training Fellowship


The ProgramFunded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), our T32 training program prepares pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellows to conduct research that reduces the gap between real-world practice and evidence-based interventions targeting drug abuse prevention or HIV risk reduction. The two-year fellowship is delivered through individually tailored programs of coursework and research apprenticeships. 


The TrainingFellows are trained to conduct prevention research with children and families. Through a combination of coursework and research apprenticeships with faculty from multiple disciplines, fellows receive training in drug abuse, HIV risk, and implementation science. Trainees gain hands-on experience with the design, implementation, and evaluation of preventive interventions in multiple service delivery settings.


FacultyTraining faculty have expertise in the design and implementation of preventive intervention, drug abuse research, research with ethnic minority families, and the development of innovative quantitative methods.


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How to ApplyInterested applicants should contact Laurie Chassin, director of the program, via email at Applications must include:
1) a vita; 2) a statement of training goals and professional goals; and
3) three letters of recommendation.

Applications should be electronically sent to Dr. Chassin

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